Category Calls for Art

Call for submissions for new literary and art magazine

Jewish Art Salon member Eitan Gutenmacher, founder of Havurah, is starting a new Jewish magazine. More info + call for submissions here Deadline October 16, 2022 Verklempt!’s first issue (to be published in the Winter of 2022) seeks submissions centered around the theme of ‘Creation’. In Hebrew, the two primary words for creation — יצירה […]

Boston Artists Beit Midrash – Call for Creatives

This is a third party call for artists JArts & CJP are partnering with Hebrew College to create the Artist Beit Midrash, a new Jewish learning salon, that will bring up to 28 Boston-area Jewish artists of all kinds together to study Jewish text, share their creative process, and build community. More info Deadline July […]

JEWISH ART SALON: Call For Presenters – Anti-Semitism

Sunday, August 28, 2022 at 12 PM ET, 11 AM CT, 9 AM PT, 6 PM Israel JEWISH ART SALON announces a call for zoom presenters for the Aug. 28 Open Studios Program “Anti-Semitism at the Documenta”. CLICK HERE to apply by July 17. Only Jewish Art Salon members in good standing are eligible. Following the […]

AJS Perspectives CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Justice Issue 

Editors: Chaya Halberstam & Mira Sucharov  Art Editor: Douglas Rosenberg  Roundtable Editor: Jason Schulman  AJS invites original essays, roundtables, and art submissions on the theme of justice.  The Winter 2022 issue of AJS Perspectives, titled “The Justice Issue,” will be devoted to examining the concept, practice, and ideal of justice through a Jewish Studies lens, broadly […]

Call for Sukkahs for the Fourth Annual Sukkahwood, NYC

Sukkahwood returns on October 13, 2022, for a fourth year of creative installations bringing a Jewish spirit to upper Manhattan for the holiday of Sukkot. We are pleased to invite artists and designers to re-imagine a Sukkah—a temporary structure used for the week-long holiday of Sukkot—and be part of the Sukkahwood experience. Sukkahwood’s values of […]

Art Critique Opportunities Summer 2022

The Jewish Art Salon is pleased to announce two upcoming virtual monthly art critique sessions. Tuesday, August 2, at 7pm [sixth session] Tuesday, September 6, at 7pm [seventh session] Jewish Art Salon members are invited to present. Fill out Interest Form here The critiques will feature works-in-progress or recently completed works by 2-3 member artists […]

Jewish Art Salon Internship Connections

Looking for a student intern or a fixed – or long-term employee? Jewish Art Salon offers to connect its members and affiliates with students (artists and art professionals) who may be able to undertake internships. All interns have been vetted. Please also feel free to submit job listings if you are looking for fixed- or […]

NYC Fundraiser Exhibition to benefit Ukrainian Women and Children

The benefit will take place at Ceres Gallery, NYC, on Saturday April 9, 6-9 pm. Artists: Drop off work at Ceres Gallery, 547 west 27 St, NYC, 12-6pm on April 8, or at 375 West End Ave, attn. Irina Sheynfeld on April 7th, or 8th.  Organized by Ukrainian-born JAS member Irina Sheynfeld and Vlad Portnoy. Additional info write ALL […]

Call for Passover Art for Puzzles

Crocodile Creek, a children’s product company, is looking for great Passover art that might make great puzzles for children and families Mel Brown, the founder, co-owner and creative director of Crocodile Creek is also an artist member of the Jewish Art Salon. Crocodile Creek is a well established children’s toy and product company based in […]

Call for Synagogue Furniture Artists

An architect is looking to commission synagogue furniture and designs for a New York area synagogue. He asks for creative, original, modern artists who work in varied media within a Jewish ritual context. He prefers abstract geometric designs. Some (but not all) of the items: parochet, ark doors, wall friezes. Artist(s) will need to work […]

Jewish Art Salon Monthly Art Critique

The Jewish Art Salon is pleased to announce a new virtual monthly art critique program. The critiques will feature works-in-progress or recently completed works by 2-3 member artists per session. There will be ample time to feedback and critique from the audience. Critiques will run approximately an hour. One slot per monthly critique will be […]

Call for Art: Radical Jewish Calendar 5783

What: Radical Jewish Calendar 5783. Organized by Jewish month, layering Jewish & Gregorian dates. Living in Jewish time, learning Jewish history. The Radical Jewish Calendar is a celebration of Jewish culture that is intersectional, queer, feminist, anti-racist, and that challenges and builds a Judaism and Jewishness beyond Zionism. You’re invited to tell us about your […]

Anolic Family Awards 2022 Cycle

The Anolic Family Awards offers three awards for Jewish artists: The Bertha Anolic Israel Travel Award for under grad and grad students; The Naomi Anolic Early Career Visual Arts Award for artists between the ages of 25-35; The Isaac Anolic Book Arts Award for professional artists working in the field of Book Arts.  For more […]

Call for Artists-in-Residence

The National Havurah Committee’s Timbrel Artist-in-Residence Program seeks artists with talent and passion to share at the 2022 Havurah Summer Institute, Hartford, CT. Jews of Color are especially encouraged to apply. Artists from all disciplines are welcome. Past artists have taught in the disciplines of music, theater, storytelling, puppetry, poetry, visual arts, and dance, among others. Artists-in-Residence will receive admission to the Institute for […]

Call for Art: The Tzedek Box Project

It is written: “Tzedek, tzedek, justice, justice you shall pursue.” The Tzedek Box Project ( was created by HUC rabbinical student Andrew Kaplan Mandel. He explains, “Every time we complete a meaningful act of justice or righteousness, we write a short diary entry about our experience that we then insert into our Tzedek Box. This ritual regularly […]

Artist Residency Frankfurt Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum of Frankfurt and DAGESH-Jewish Art in Context are jointly announcing several artistic and fully funded residencies in connection with the exhibition “Revenge: History and Fantasy”. Deadline to apply December 31, 2021 Vengeance is a colorful word that has an ambiguous character in Jewish cultural history: it is both a component of anti-Semitic […]

Call for Art by the Jewish Museum of Maryland: A Fence Around the Torah: Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life

The Jewish Museum of Maryland (JMM) invites submissions of artwork for its upcoming exhibit, A Fence Around the Torah: Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life, an artist-curated exhibit exploring safety and exclusion in Jewish communities on display in JMM’s Samson, Rossetta and Sadie B. Feldman Gallery from November 21, 2021 to February 13, 2022. Deadline for Submission: Sunday, September […]

Call for Reviews and Articles

The 70-year old journal CrossCurrents has had a tremendous history of publishing inter-religious work, particularly as it intersects with education, the arts, and social justice. The journal has added a “cultural connections” section. CrossCurrents is aiming to include short reviews of art exhibitions, notes on museum projects, as well as film, and other media. They are looking for […]

Call for Proposals: Conney Conference on Jewish Arts

The Conney Conference on Jewish Arts will take place at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 27-30, 2022.  The call for proposals is open; submit a proposal by clicking HERE    Deadline for receipt of proposals is November 15, 2021 Who should apply:  Artists, scholars and performers across the arts, including but not limited to: Visual Art, Dance, Literature, […]

Call for Visual Artists by the Amen Institute

The Amen Institute presents: Call for artists to participate in an exciting initiative launching this fall, where artists will be paired with a rabbi and in their exchange  produce a work of art based on a personal reflection of the biblical passage the two of them looked at. The 30 selected artists will receive $500 […]

Call for Proposals by Hadassah-Brandeis Institute

Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts The 2022 HBI Artist Program Call for Proposals is Now Open Application open: June 3 – July 30, 2021. Foreign artists welcome. Proposals must relate to HBI’s mission of developing fresh ideas about Jews and gender, and they invite submissions that emphasize the experiences of Jews of color. The 2022 HBI Artist Program […]

Call for entries for the Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2021

A prize named in commemoration of the artists Hans Grundig (1901–1958) and Lea Grundig (1906–1977), under the patronage of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation will be awarded for artistic and art historical achievement, as well as for achievement in the communication of art. Applications should be submitted by March 31, 2021. A diasporist lives and paints in […]


Hazon, the Jewish Lab for Sustainability non-profit invites submissions to ​The Shmita Prizes ​– an international arts competition with five different prizes. The goal is to draw attention to and raise awareness of the forthcoming shmita year (beginning Rosh Hashanah 2021). Categories: ritual object, fine art, film or video, performance art/music/liturgy, written word – essays and ideas. […]

CALL FOR ART – After the Flood: ReGenesis

Jewish Art Salon member artists are invited to submit work for consideration as featured artists in the live online “Open Studios” series. Provide a short text and up to 3 works. Eligibility: ONLY Current Jewish Art Salon members may apply. Artists and scholars who wish to join JAS membership are welcome to do so, but please know membership […]

Call for Art: Genesis

GENESIS: THE BEGINNING OF CREATIVITY                                                                                                                          An Artistic Initiative of Jewish Art Salon in partnership with CARAVAN Artist from all traditions, faith backgrounds and philosophies are invited. Visual Artists of all beliefs and philosophies are invited to respond to the Creation narratives in the Book of Genesis, chapters 1-4, the Gospel of John chapter 1 vs 1-3, and relevant suras of the Holy Quran, i.e.  Sura’ Al-Baqarah, Sura’ As-Sajdah, Sura’ Yassin, Sura Al-A`raf, Sura Ta-Ha and Sura Al-Ma’ida […]

Call for Art: Veiling and Revealing: The Face Masks of the Torah

This is a third party call for art, not a Jewish Art Salon event. Online exhibition and fundraiser auction for Hazon, hosted by the Harlem Moishe House in partnership with Yeshivat Chovevei Torah. The event will bring together acclaimed musicians, poets and artists to depict the Jewish theme of veiling and revealing through their own artistic […]

Call for Boston Artists for Artist Beit Midrash

Apply to join the new Boston Artist Beit Midrash, a learning salon online, through JArts Boston, Hebrew College, and CJP that will bring together Boston-area Jewish artists working in different media to study Jewish texts, share their creative processes, and build community. Co-created by Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman, Hebrew College; Laura Mandel, JArts; Sophie Krentzman, […]

Call for Art by AJS

The editors of AJS Perspectives (Association for Jewish Studies) are seeking submissions of images of original artwork for the upcoming Protest Issue (Spring 2021). Photography, painting, drawing, comics, sculpture, textiles, installation, mixed media and dance are welcome. Images should reflect the theme of “protest” through a Jewish lens, broadly defined. Please upload images for consideration […]

Call for Ideas by the Jewish National Fund

Envision Tomorrow’s Israel – A Competition to Design the Jewish National Fund World Zionist Village The JNF seeks architects, students, designers, ‘big thinkers’, educators and landscape architects from around the world 18 years and older to submit ideas for its World Zionist Village. Envision Tomorrow’s Israel aims to solicit ideas for key elements of this […]

Call for Images by JAS Members

In order to give our members more exposure throughout the year we plan to feature more members’ work on our website and social media. FOR J.A.S. MEMBERS ONLY Before each HOLIDAY we plan to feature a slide show of a few related artworks. The selection depends on how many images we receive for that particular theme.  […]

Call for online Speakers at the Paris Art Week

The 2020 Jada Paris Art Fair and Artist-in-Residence Program seeks speakers for JadaTalks, live-streamed speaker panels, co-sponsored by the Jewish Art Salon. Format: 30-45 minute online speaker panels. 2-3 Speakers per topic with a moderator. Dates: October 22nd Opening Reception from 6 PM – 9 PM (UTC), or 2PM – 5PM ESTOctober 23st Friday 2 PM […]

Elul Artists’ Beit Midrash: Teshuvah as Metamorphosis

Experience the popular, long-running Chicago-based Artists’ Beit Midrash, now on zoom. Join JAS member Judith Joseph and scholar Jane Shapiro for four zoom sessions on Tuesday evenings: 7- 8:30 pm CST. Dates: Aug. 25, Sept. 1, 8, 15. Each session will include study of a variety of texts, both from Jewish wisdom and poetry, as […]

Call for Art: Creativity in an Uncertain Time

Jewish Art Salon artist members are invited to submit work for consideration as featured artists. Deadline Sept. 13th, 2020. This time of social isolation has led to unforeseen insights. What was familiar to us, what we knew and planned to do, has changed. It is time to gather new thoughts; a renewal. In our lead-up […]

CAA Annual Conference, NYC: Call for Papers re Anti-Semitism in Contemporary Art

There has long been an underlying current of anti-Semitism in modern and contemporary art.  Artworks by Anish Kapoor and Jaume Plensa have been vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti. Most recently, Banksy’s work showing two Hassidic men kissing, was painted on the Wailing Wall, a segment of the walls surrounding the area of the Temple Mount (Har […]

Hadassah-Brandeis Call for Proposals

Haddassah-Brandeis Institute 2021 HBI Artist Program Call for Proposals As we experience the ongoing social changes resulting from Covid-19, HBI recognizes that engaging with art is more important than ever.  Artists are responding to the crisis in innovative ways, prompting us to acknowledge and embrace this new virtual reality.  Accordingly, the 2021 HBI Artist Program […]

New Internship Initiative

The Jewish Art Salon is developing a new initiative to connect artists and art professionals who are looking to hire interns with students who are looking for internships. If you are an artist, you can fill out the form here to let us know what type of internship opportunities you can offer. Remote internships are […]

Call for Art and Articles for Niv Magazine

Niv — a new contemporary Jewish Canadian magazine — is now accepting submissions. While the primary focus of our news/reporting divisions will be from a Canadian perspective, they accept submissions from all around the world. Niv will be launched on September 18, just in time for the Jewish New Year. With the new year comes […]

Call For Art & Articles for publication JADA Art Journal

JADA Art Journal welcomes submissions worldwide, of art, and articles in any language, from artists and authors at every career stage, potentially. All authors and artists will be invited to present at the Art Summit of Jada Miami Art Fair (Sponsored by the Jewish Art Salon) at Miami Art Week, in December of 2020! The […]

Jada Paris Art Fair and Artist-in-Residence Program

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to sponsor the 2020 Jada Paris Art Fair and Artist-in-Residence Program! All participating Jewish Art Salon members will receive a 25% discount to join this major event during Paris Art Week (October 19th – 30th, 2020). JADA represents a murmuring artistic voice, as it rises to challenge the hegemony […]

Curating Community Through the Arts

NEW Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Track for Clergy of All Faiths Curating Community Through the Arts Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC The arts generate and sustain communities. By studying and supporting the arts, faith leaders can discover new ways to bring people together, both in church and beyond. Explore the role of art, architecture, literature, […]

Sefaria call for Torah art images

Sefaria: A Living Library of Jewish Texts, wants to feature artists on their Instagram. If you create art inspired by Torah, you are invited to submit a piece to share with the corresponding text. Please note that not all submissions will be featured. If they choose to feature your art, they will contact you to […]

Seeking sound, literary, and performing artists

We are seeking 2 sound, literary, and performing artists to contribute to our upcoming Virtual Jewish Art Salon / Art Kibbutz  session, at 10:30 EDT Sunday, May 3  (5:30 pm Israel, 7:30 am PDT).  We will consider additional visual artists, however the priority is on other forms.   Sound, literary, and performing artistsPotential contributors should write to […]

Call for Art: Exhibit on Jewish Identity, Washington DC

Third party call for art. Application for artists to submit for inclusion in a visual arts exhibition considering the issue of Jewish Authenticity and Identity. Venue: Adas Israel Congregation in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington D.C Submission deadline: March 25, 2020.  What makes a work of art Jewish? What makes an artist Jewish? Any […]

2020 Anolic Family Awards for Jewish students and artists

There is no fee to apply for the awards. BERTHA ANOLIC VISUAL ARTS ISRAEL TRAVEL AWARD, $2,000: The sum of $2,000 will be awarded to one Jewish college or graduate student who has a particular interest in the visual arts and in Israel, to explore and develop their artistic interest through an independent study trip to […]

Paid Internships at Museum of Jewish Heritage, NYC

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, located in New York City, is now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 Holocaust Educator Internship. Eligibility: undergraduate and graduate students looking for paid internship opportunities. For details and a link to the application form, please click here.  The application deadline is April 6, 2020. Who […]


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS This is by a third party, not the Jewish Art Salon itself. PROTOCOLS invites writerly and artistic submissions for its Issue #7: SIX + GENDERS. Guest Editors:Ariel Goldberg, Roey Victoria Heifetz, Hannah Tzuberi The theme for Issue #7 alludes to the six gender/sex categories defined in the Talmud: zachar, n’keva, androginus, saris, aylonit, […]

Call for Proposals for Theopoetics Conference

March 20-22, 2020 at the Chicago Theological Seminary. A gathering for those whose interests live at — or near — the intersection of justice-seeking religious reflection with spirituality, imagination, the arts, and embodiment.  The interplay of these areas with one another has come to be named as theopoetics, the focus of the event. We hope […]

Jewish Art Residency + Exhibit at Miami Art Basel Week

​The Jewish Art Salon is proudly participating in Miami’s Art Week’s Art Fair & Artist-in-Residence Program. Organized by a new creative group, JADA, founded by our member Jonatas Chimen and Dana Blickensderfer, this is a great opportunity to expose your work to a wider audience. The program includes an art residency and exhibition, December 1-8, […]

Call for Art – Solo or group exhibit on Long Island

A Jewish community place on Long Island, NY, has an exhibition slots open for Summer and Fall 2020. This is available for Jewish Art Salon members only. They have a 120 feet long  gallery wall, and the front lobby features several wall showcases for objects. The gallery can also accommodate sculptures. See images below. The […]

Call For Papers: Circus, Judaism, and Sacred Literature

This proposal envisions an exciting addition to the canon of biblical interpretation and circus studies. It will address questions of circus and religion, primarily but not exclusively related to Judaism. The focus will be on historical and social lenses, as well as a deep discussion of circus as a means of studying sacred text. Humans […]

Call for Art – Exhibition in Berlin

The triangle between cultural conquest, assimilation and integration, curated by Jewish Art Salon member Dorit Jordan Dotan. Venue: Institut für Alles Mögliche Studio/Storefront Gallery in Berlin, Germany. Eligibility: USA and EU Artists are invited to submit work – existing or conceptual – for a group exhibition in Berlin. Deadline: November 15, 2019. Application info here. Curator’s […]

CALL FOR ART – Eshet Chayil

Jack H. Skirball Campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles (HUC-JIR,LA) has engaged artists in a multitude of ways, including turning the central floor prayer and education area, Mercaz, into a unified exhibition space. The works on display in the Mercaz are on view for one year. This timing allows the college […]

Call for NY Artists: Utopia

Art exhibition UTOPIA – Visions and Traditions Eligibility: New York-based artists working in two and three dimensional media. Venue: Stanton St. Shul Gallery, New York Submission Deadline: November 25th, 2019. Exhibition dates: Thursday, December 12 – Tuesday, January 21 Artwork must be hand delivered to the Stanton Street Shul on Sunday, December 8th from 11am-2 pm. […]

Call for pitches for NJ Jewish News

The New Jersey Jewish News is seeking pitches for feature stories and calendar listings for their Fall Arts Guide that will appear in all editions beginning late September. They’re interested in events of Jewish interest in all categories such as visual arts, film, theater, dance, music, words, and more. The events must take place after […]

Call for Curator

Desiree Nazarian, Director of Holocaust Education and Outreach at Selfhelp Community Services, is looking for someone to curate an exhibition. She is producing an art exhibition in New York City. This is a third party project, not a Jewish Art Salon exhibit. The goal of this project is to collect artwork from Holocaust survivors living […]

Call for Submissions for Protocol’s Issue #6: TONGUES.

PROTOCOLS is an online cultural journal that curates and publishes writing and art from across the global Jewish diaspora with attention to progressive and leftist politics. They are looking for art and writings for their next issue. About the Call: From the tower of Babel to the Zionist language wars, from lashon ha’ra to lashon ha’kodesh, from erotic […]

Solo Exhibition Opportunity at Brandeis University

The 2020 HBI ARTIST PROGRAM provides an artist the opportunity to have a solo exhibition for twelve weeks at the Kniznick Gallery at Brandeis University in Massachusetts starting March 2020. The university invites proposals that relate to the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute’s mission of developing fresh ideas about Jews and gender. Applications (in English) from outside the […]


Sukkahwood invites artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations in New York City. Deadline Sunday night, June 30, 2019 at 11:59 pm Sukkahwood’s values of inclusion are universal and seek to bring together people from all walks of life. Sukkahwood is about re-thinking […]

Call for Proposals

This a third party call for proposals: AGJA Grant Funding Opportunity: AMERICAN GUILD OF JUDAIC ART WORKING ARTIST, EMERGING ARTIST AND EDUCATIONAL GRANTS CALL FOR PROPOSALS In furtherance of its mission “to establish a community for those who are inspired to fulfill the commandment of Hiddur Mitzvah by creating, collecting and exhibiting Jewish Art,” the American […]


CALL FOR ART: ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF HATE SPEECH, III The Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Foster City, California, is accepting submissions for a group exhibit at PJCC and is inviting artists of all faiths and cultures to submit their work for consideration. Exhibition Statement Words have always been a catalyst for civil discord and today hate speech […]

Applications open for Jewish Activism Summer School in Berlin

Call for Art & Text Submissions for Protocol

PROTOCOLS invites writerly and artistic submissions for its issue #5: Tikkun/Repair. The split title points to how Jewish discourses of cosmic, personal, and social rectification articulate with political and creative questions of material and symbolic reparation. While contemporary politics have largely focused writers and artists around ideologies and strategies of resistance, this issue shifts attention […]

Call for art, video and texts: The 929 Project

929 is the number of chapters in Tanakh and is the name of a project dedicated to creating a global Jewish conversation around issues that unite and divide us, but always anchored in or inspired by the text. 929 invites Jews everywhere to read Tanakh, one chapter a day, together with a website with creative […]

Call for Art: Jews and Rock

    Generations have been shaped and influenced by Jewish Musicians. Artists are invited to participate and submit images for an exhibition curated by Max Gottfried. Submission deadline 12/31/18. Email images to Put in subject line:  BJAG This is a third-party call for art; not a Jewish Art Salon call for art.   The exhibit […]

2019 Conney Conference Call for Papers and Proposals

The 7th biennial Conney Conference on Jewish Arts, a project of the UW Madison Center for Jewish Studies will take place this year at the 92Y in New York. Converging Movements at the 92Y Keynote Speaker Dr. Naomi Jackson, author, Converging Movements Modern Dance and Jewish Culture at the 92Y Conference dates: Sunday March 31-Wednesday, April […]

Juried exhibit “Growth and Change” call for art

CALL FOR ART – JURIED EXHIBIT  GROWTH and CHANGE at the Belskie Museum, New Jersey, USA. This is not a J.A.S. Call for Art, but by a 3rd party. Deadline: Wednesday December 5, 2018 Juried group show running January 6th — January 27, 2019, at the Belskie Museum, Closter, New Jersey. The exhibition theme is “Growth […]


“Moshe kibel Torah mi’Sinai…” “Moshe received the Torah from Sinai…” (Mishnah Avot 1:1) Issue #4 of PRTCLS focuses on the topic of Pirkei Avot. What is Pirkei Avot–which could be translated literally as Chapters of the Fathers or Chapters of Fundamental Principles? How does this text represent Jewish thought and life? What is its relevance […]

Yiddish NY Exhibition Call for Art

Yiddish New York, an annual celebration of Yiddish music, language and culture, is collaborating with City Lore, in NYC, on this year’s art exhibition, which will be held from Thursday, December 6th, 2018, to Thursday, January 31st, 2019. The exhibition will be curated by JAS member Deborah Ugoretz and Tine Kindermann.  Submission Deadline: November 10, 2018 This year’s […]


Yeshiva University Museum (YUM) invites artists to submit proposals to lead hands-on workshops for the public during 2018-2019, to take place at YUM, based at the Center for Jewish History in New York City. Workshops, which could be related to any Jewish theme, should be conceived and designed to be communally inclusive and physically accessible […]

Jewish Art Salon Spare Change Micro Grant (for Students)

  The Jewish Art Salon has launched a teeny tiny micro grant for students interested in Jewish art. Funds are not restricted: students can use them to buy art supplies, or to go on a coffee date with a friend. This little grant is a high five from the Jewish Art Salon to deserving students. […]

Call for Art – Hadassah Brandeis Institute

  The HBI Artist Program provides an artist the opportunity to have a solo exhibition for twelve weeks at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University. They invite proposals that relate to the HBI’s mission of developing fresh ideas about Jews and Gender. The exhibition will be open March – June 2019. Application deadline: July 31, […]

Call for Art – Jerusalem Biennale

The 4th edition of the Jerusalem Biennale will take place November 7 – December 26, 2019 around the theme of  For Heaven’s Sake!  (LeShem Shamayim) For more details – click here.  Submission deadline October 31, 2018. Note: The Jewish Art Salon participated in 2015 and 2017. We are already producing a big international exhibition in 2019 (Spinoza: […]

Call for Art – Press Publication

A well-respected Jewish scholarly publication tasked the Jewish Art Salon with finding images for their Fall covers. The issues will appear both in print and online. Artists will receive a small honorarium and will be mentioned on their website, with a link to the artist’s website or photo page.  The November issue is focusing on […]

Call for Art: Interfaith exhibition at the Dominican University, IL

2018 INTERFAITH BIENNIAL EXHIBITION Expressing Faith in Art Theme: Love and Truth, an Expression of Interfaith Diversity Dominican University in River Forest, IL – Submission deadline is July 9. Dominican University is pleased to announce its fourth Interfaith Biennial Exhibition. The University’s Interfaith Cooperation Committee is dedicated to representing a welcoming environment on campus […]

Call for Art for Protocols, a digital publication

PROTOCOLS is an online quarterly for Jews to create, express, transform, organize, resist, and rebel as Jews.  They welcome submissions of all forms of writing and art for future issues. Issue #3: Borders Issue #4: Pirkei Avot Please send detailed pitches and/or drafts to with the appropriate subject line (“Borders” or “Pirkei Avot”).   Please send art submissions […]


The Jewish Art Salon is accepting submissions for an exhibition at the Manny Cantor Center in NYC, and is inviting artists to submit their work for consideration. Deadline submissions: June 30, 2018. ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF HATE SPEECH EXHIBITION STATEMENT Words have always been a catalyst for civil discord and today hate speech is increasingly prevalent, tearing […]

Call for Art: Spinoza, Marrano of Reason

During the month of March 2019 the Jewish Art Salon will exhibit artworks by its members at two venues in the center of Amsterdam, The Netherlands: the Amstelkerk and Plein van Siena. The Amstelkerk’s exquisite gallery and community center is a well-known and much visited site. The Plein van Siena is a venue centered around […]

Call for Artists: Sukkahwood in Northern Manhattan

After a smashing first year, Sukkahwood is pleased to once again invite artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations. The Jewish Art Salon is a co-sponsor of the event. Sukkahwood‘s values of inclusion are universal and seek to bring together people from all […]

Photography intern available (NYC)

This intern is a junior at Hunter College, NYC. He is a major in studio art (with a focus in photojournalism). He’s got experience in a number of different areas of photography (fashion, journalism, events, fine art) and is looking to gain more experience. He can start anytime, but preferably end of May. Over the […]

Apply to be a 2018-2019 LABA Fellow (NYC)

LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Art and Culture is a non-religious, Jewish house of study at the 14th Street Y. Its goal is to function as an international incubator for Jewish creativity. Every year LABA selects a group of ten fellows to join them for a yearlong study of classical Jewish texts centered around a […]

Call for Art – Anolic Family Awards

THE ANOLIC FAMILY AWARDS Established in 1980, the Anolic Family Awards have been given to Jewish artists with a wide array of talents and goals, who have used these awards as an opportunity to further their artistic practice, studies and Jewish cultural knowledge. The Anolic Family Art Awards is now accepting applications for the 2018 […]

Call for Art for Solo Exhibition in Chester, CT

For current Jewish Art Salon members only! Deadline March 26, 2018 The Main Street Gallery at Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek in Chester, CT is looking for artists to exhibit starting February 2020. The gallery director asked the Jewish Art Salon to submit a list of artists who are interested. The gallery will review your […]

Call for Art – Protocols Magazine

Protocols, a new provocative publication for Jewish writing and art is looking for art for its second issue. “PROTOCOLS is a platform for Jews to create, express, transform, organize, resist, and rebel as Jews.” The theme of issue #2 is violence, and will be curated by Aimee Rubensteen. The submission deadline is March 16.  Email images to Save the […]

Art Kibbutz Summer Institute Hamptons

East Hampton, NY, June 26 – July 10, 2018 Applications NOW OPEN Art Kibbutz – the International Jewish Artist Residency – proudly announces a special two week residency program at The Jewish Center of the Hamptons  for summer 2018. For this program artists may select any topic, while engaging in periodic group discussions encompassing aspects of […]

Call for Art – Juried Exhibit at the Belskie Museum, NJ

FREEDOM an Artistic Interpretation (This is a third-party call, not a Jewish Art Salon event) Deadline: Saturday February 17, 2018 Juried group show running March 4th – March 25th at the Belskie Museum in Closter, New Jersey. The exhibition theme is “FREEDOM an Artistic Interpretation”. We all have our own concept of freedom, so now you have […]

Call for Art – Coming of Age, Montclair, NJ

  The Upstairs Gallery at Congregation Shomrei Emunah in Montclair, NJ is accepting submissions for their Fall 2018 exhibition COMING OF AGE/  הִתְבַּגְּרוּת (This is not a call for art by the Jewish Art Salon, but a third-party listing) In the Jewish tradition, the bar or bat mitzvah ceremony is widely considered to be a pivotal […]

Call for Art: POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence

The Jewish Art Salon is partnering with the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery at CKI, Brooklyn, NY. CALL FOR ART POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence In conjunction with Jewish Comic Con, Brooklyn, NY. The Jewish Art Salon is accepting submissions for POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence, which will kick off (and run in conjunction […]

Call for Art: Contemporary and Non-Traditional Religious Objects

Ritual Art Today: Contemporary and Non-Traditional Religious Objects Curator: Ben Schachter Exhibition Dates: April 3 to April 20, 2018 Venue: Duquesne University, Gumberg Library 600 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15282   (This is not a call for art by the Jewish Art Salon, but a third-party listing). Ritual is important to religious practice through beauty, personal connection, […]


  THE INVISIBLE JEW The Jewish Art Salon is accepting submissions for an exhibition to take place in New York City in the near future. Co-sponsored by JOFA, the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance, Art Kibbutz, and Hevria. About the exhibition: Lately, there have been several news items about the disadvantages of being a woman in Orthodox Judaism. […]

Call for 2-D artwork for “Na’aseh v’nishma” at the Bender JJC

CALL FOR ARTISTS: A GROUP EXHIBIT The Bender JCC in Rockville, MD, USA, is currently accepting submissions for their upcoming group show entitled: Na’aseh v’nishma. (Please note: only two-dimensional work.) This is primarily for Washington, Maryland and Virginia  based artists. Subject Matter:  Submissions should be inspired by, react to or otherwise engage broadly with the […]

Natural Instincts – Call For Art

  NATURAL INSTINCTS The Jewish Art Salon is curating an exhibition at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, CT, and is inviting artists to submit their work for consideration. The exhibition is part of Charter Oak’s 2017/18 Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture, which will feature films such as Maria Sharapova: The Point, and Harvesting Stones, a Jewish Play […]

Call for Art: RESISTANCE!

Yiddish New York’s 2017 Visual Arts Exhibition Yiddish New York, an annual celebration of Yiddish music, language and culture, is proud to collaborate with City Lore on this year’s art exhibition, which will be held from Thursday, December 14th, 2017 to Sunday, January 15th, 2018. The exhibition will be curated by Deborah Ugoretz and Tine Kindermann. […]


Urban Adamah, a Jewish community farm in Berkeley, CA, is seeking an artist (or two) to design and install two pieces of complementary art for its formal entrance-way and welcome center. The goal of these pieces is to inform visitors about its core values and to express appreciation for contributors to the farm.   Submissions […]

Membership Contests

ARTISTS or ART-ENTHUSIASTS We are giving away ten years of Associate membership ($300 value) to one lucky artist or art-lover, and a lifetime of Fellow membership ($500+ value) to one talented artist! Facebook Contest: Deadline July 19, 2017 Benefits: You will have the opportunity to enter Jewish Art Salon’s juried and curated exhibitions. We refer YOU […]

Call for Art: “Sukkahwood”

“Sukkahwood,” first annual outdoor temporary dwelling installation exhibition. Where: Inwood Hill Park, New York, NY When: Sunday October 8th, 2017 Deadline for submissions: August 15  Sukkahwood invites artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations. It’s about using materials with a focus on sustainability […]

Artist Statement Workshop by David Gibson (with Skype)

Dear Members of the Jewish Art Salon, My name is David Gibson and I am both a writer on art and coordinator of art events, yet I also come from a family history in the art world that dates back to the early days of Soho and galleries of Madison Avenue, New York. The milieu […]

Call for Art: GOLEM, An Artist’s View

The Jewish Brooklyn Art Gallery at CKI is organizing a Golem-themed art exhibition, to take place in the Fall of 2017.   The gallery is housed in an old landmark synagogue in Prospect Heights (Brooklyn, NY). The Gallery is looking for artists who created work with the theme “The Golem” for an exhibit in its […]

Request for Images: Ahava / Love

Urgent deadline: Friday April 28, 11 am NY time. A much respected American Jewish magazine (both print and online) is looking for art for its June 2017 issue. If selected, the image will be credited with your name, title of work, brief bio, and a link to your website. Theme: the Jewish sensibility of “ahava”/love. The many […]

Job: Studio Arts Teacher (Full-Time) Boston

Gann Academy, a pluralistic Jewish school in Waltham, MA, is seeking a full time Studio Arts teacher to join the Arts Department for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Teaching responsibilities will include foundational and advanced courses in 2D disciplines, such as drawing and painting.  The ideal candidate will also possess skills in 3D media, such as […]

Call for Art – Kaplen JCC, Tenafly, NJ

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades holds ongoing art shows featuring the work of painters, photographers, digital artists and other creative designers, whose work is displayed on the walls of the JCC Waltuch Art Gallery, located on the center’s second floor. The JCC is currently looking for artists interested in exhibiting for the 2017 calendar […]

Call for Proposals – Artist in Residence, PSU

Appointment Salaried Adjunct faculty member status in the Judaic Studies Program, September 15 through December 15, 2017 at Portland State University, Oregon. Studio space and/or other perks negotiable. Goals Generate intellectual and creative excitement for students on campus by exploring topics related to Jewish history, religious texts, themes and identity through art. Connect to larger audiences in Portland […]

ARTIST CALL for Belskie Museum’s “Personal Renaissance”

  Theme: Personal Renaissance: Reflect on your past artwork in order to compare to your newer more current artworks. Show how your past ideas and evidence of your personal growth, impacts and inspires your current artwork. Your personal renaissance may include a leap from one medium to another. Submit 2 works of art, demonstrating the growth/change in […]

Anolic Awards: Calls for Book Art and for Early Career Artists

The Anolic Family Art Awards is now accepting applications for the 2017 award cycle. There are three awards for Jewish artists: one for art students, one for early career fine artists (25-35 yrs) and one for professional book artists. Established in 1980, the Anolic Family Awards have been given to Jewish artists and scholars with a […]

NY area artists: paid interview for Museum of the Bible

 Time-sensitive! Matt McCroskey, a documentary filmmaker  in NYC, is working on a project that some of you might be interested in. Participants will be paid $200 for a studio interview in NYC.   “We are seeking stories of how lay people have been effected by the Bible or Torah in their work lives or their personal […]

Call for Toronto Area Artists

JOIN IN CREATING A COLLABORATIVE ART INSTALLATION WITH FELLOW MUSLIM AND JEWISH WOMEN ARTISTS LAUNCH OF BLOOD, MILK & TEARS COLLABORATIVE ART INSTALLATION Registration deadline is January 12, 2017. ABOUT THE PROJECT  The grassroots Shema & Iqra’: The Jewish-Muslim Text Project, founded by Dr. Shari Golberg, brings together Muslims and Jews using religious texts as a springboard […]

Call for entries for group & solo art exhibits Vancouver

Call for entries for a group art exhibition to accompany ‘The 2017 Festival Ha’Rikud’ at the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery at the Vancouver JCC. Open to all visual artists. Media: drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture, fibre art, photography. The 2017 Festival Ha’Rikud will take place May 12-14, 2017. The Group Show to accompany the Festival will […]

Artist-in-Residence at Kol HaOt Jerusalem: Call for Artists

Kol HaOt  invites visual artists to apply for an artist-in-residency at their new center in the Chutzot HaYotzer Artists’ Colony, outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls. Kol HaOt is seeking visual artists who align with their organization’s mission to integrate Judaism’s rich sources and themes, and Jewish history, into their artistic works. Artists will have access to an […]

Illustrator / Graphic Designer Wanted

  NYC-based artist is looking for an illustrator and graphic designer for an unusual family or adult-only Haggadah she wrote. Deadline December 25, 2016. The book will be approximately 28 pages. It will have words in English, transliterated, and in Hebrew, and pictures. She has sketched what each page will be, but does not have the technical skill to […]

Call for Art Images

A much respected American Jewish magazine (both print and online) is looking for art for its March and April 2017 issues. Themes: March issue: “Dayeinu” – the idea of “enough” and how it relates to Pesach—but NOT anything specifically about Pesach. April issue: “Yovel” – the metaphor of jubilee and the release of property.  The image will […]

Call for Presenter on Jewish Art

Toronto-based Jewish organization is looking for a speaker on Jewish arts (e.g. Jerusalem’s State of the Arts), as a program for Jewish singles (50+). The organization provides the projector, computer etc. There is a budget (discuss details with them; the JAS knows no details). Presentation to take place in May 2017.   Application by December 24 as […]

Call for Art: Ethical Treatment of Animals

Through Compassionate Eyes; The Ethical Treatment of Animals  Curated by: Julie Seidman, Joel Silverstein & Aimee Rubensteen Organized by the Jewish Art Salon Initial Submission Deadline: April 15, 2017. Open to both Jewish and non-Jewish artists. The sacred Jewish texts mandate Tsa’ar Baalei Chaim; humane treatment of animals. Yet, our modern lifestyles support amoral animal agribusiness, […]

Call for Proposals Conney Conference on Jewish Art

50 Years After Harold Rosenberg: Is there a Jewish Art (Yet?) The 2017 Conney Conference on Jewish Arts will focus on the legacy of Harold Rosenberg’s great rhetorical gesture and its continued resonance across the arts. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Dance Scholar and choreographer Judith Brin Ingber and Visual artist/author Ben Schachter, Jewish Art Salon member and Advisor. The […]

Call for Calligraphy

Nails in the Wall Gallery, at St. Lukes Episcopal Church in Metuchen, NJ will host the exhibition “Beautiful & Powerful Statements, the arts of calligraphy and re-purposed materials”. Deadline for submissions is December 1, 2017. The exhibition will take place from January 21 until June 1 and will include calligraphy from many traditions, including Hebrew calligraphy. The […]

Call for Art: Trees of Life and Evil Eyes

Yiddish New York invites artists to submit work for its second annual visual arts exhibition, Trees of Life and Evil Eyes – A Contemporary Take on Superstition, Symbols and Mysticism Submission Deadline: November 7, 2016 Abrazo Interno Gallery Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center 107 Suffolk Street, LES New York, New York 10002 Exhibition Dates: December […]

Jerusalem Biennale Call for Art by the Jewish Art Salon

The Jewish Art Salon is excited to announce the curator for our next Jerusalem Biennale exhibition proposal: Ori Z. Soltes. Mr. Soltes teaches in the Program for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, and is the former Director and Curator of the B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum. He has curated over eighty exhibitions, and is the author of several hundred […]

Call for Art: Homelands

The Jerusalem Biennale, an international survey of contemporary Jewish Art, provides a stage for professional artists who work with Jewish topics. They accept proposals for group shows based on a common overall theme. The upcoming biennale theme is Watershed: A defining moment. It will take place during October 2017.   Homelands is a proposal in formation that […]

Publication’s Call for Art

A much respected American Jewish magazine is looking for art for its November issue, which focuses on “Rebuke” – tochecha”. The image will be credited with your name, title of work and a link to your website. All images will be forwarded to the editor, but preference will be given to current Jewish Art Salon members. […]

Experiential Jewish Educators (Part-time) in Boston

The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston (JCC) seeks experiential educators for The Discovery Club, a new program starting in January 2017.  The Discovery Club connects children ages 5-8 to Jewish life and culture through a variety of fun, skill-building classes and activities.  By exploring topics like cooking, music, and nature, children can learn about […]

Call for Submissions for High Holiday Zine

Deadline September 1 A zine about the Jewish High Holidays, published this fall by Tamar Nachmany, writer and artist, is looking for submissions. For more info click here: Submit drawings, paintings, photos, poetry, fiction, essays, propaganda, cartoons, beautiful Jewish texts, messed up Jewish texts, challenging Jewish texts with scribbles in the margins, or anything else to […]

Open Call Jerusalem Biennale 2017

The 3rd Jerusalem Biennale will take place October-November 2017 in various locations around the city center of Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Biennale is dedicated to exploring the spaces in which contemporary art and the Jewish world of content intersect. It is a platform for present-day professional artists and curators to exhibit works and present exhibitions that […]

Call for Art

A much respected American Jewish magazine is looking for art for its October issue, which focuses on “Al tifrosh min haTzibur.” The editor is looking to publish an image that is evocative of community, the public, connections, civics, unity, togetherness, and/or collective strength. The image will be credited with your name, title of work and a […]

How has the Bible affected your life?!

Impossible Casting in NYC is looking to interview real people that have stories tell about how religion and faith has effected there life for a permanent museum installation. If you are an artist, civil service worker, a politician, a doctor, a chef, an entrepreneur, or any other occupation, please submit a small paragraph about the […]

Call for High Holiday Art

The Jewish Art Salon is collaborating with the Jewish Artists Initiative of Southern California in an exchange exhibit. Title of the exhibition: Dimensions of Spirituality – Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. The J.A.S. will exhibit in Los Angeles Fall 2016. The J.A.I. will exhibit in Manhattan in 2017. Curators for the J.A.S. exhibit: Richard […]

Call for Photography

To:  PHOTO ARTISTS Re: PSALMS Exhibit At: IONA Art Gallery, New Rochelle, NY, September 2016 Deadline: May 26, 2016 PROSPECTUS: Psalms+Paintings+Photos+People=Poetry The images of Psalms will be the subject of the interaction between artist Fred Spinowitz and 5 photographers. Four photographers have been selected so far. Each Photo Artist will have 3 framed 11”x14” pictures […]

LABA Fellowship Applications Open

Apply now and join LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture for a year exploring OTHER.   LABA is a non-religious, Jewish house of study and culture laboratory at New York’s 14th Street Y. Every year LABA selects a group of ten fellows to join for a yearlong study of classical Jewish texts centered around a theme. […]

Art Kibbutz’s NYC Summer Residency – Applications Open

Art Kibbutz is returning to Governors Island, a public island in the waterways of New York City, for the 3rd summer in a row. As many of you know, in summer, this land trust buzzes with multiple artist residencies and arts events, set among picturesque landscapes, waterfront views, and in unique historic architecture. With studios for […]

Call for Art – Far from the Front Lines

Social change has often been brought about by artists who dare to say what few want to hear.  As in many mediums, perspective derives from distance; being far away allows us to look closer, to see.  Local artists living within the struggle between Israel and Palestine are often challenged and silenced by one or the […]

AdR Fellowship in Cross-Cultural Leadership and Innovative Entrepreneurship

The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations (EDRF) promote a philanthropy that engages actively with their partners in driving social innovation. EDRF focus on sustainable programs in education, arts and culture, social entrepreneurship, intercultural dialogue and health research. Its Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship is about harnessing the entrepreneurial drive of mainly Jewish and Muslim social entrepreneurs to build sustainable impact […]

Call for Presenter – NY area

Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Emeth in Rockville Centre, Long Island, is holding its 3rd annual art presentation. Their Beit Cafe will feature a presentation at 8 PM, following their Shabbat service on Friday March 25, 2016 Previous presenters were Naomi Grossman, and Siona Benjamin.  If you are an artist and are interested in showing slides/powerpoint and speak about […]

Call for Art – Publication

A well-respected American Jewish magazine is looking for visual art based on the themes of their next 3 print issues. The works will be published in black & white. The printed magazine will includea simulated Talmud page with text and responses, as well as a section called “Perspectives” (short essays). Each issue will focus on a theme. […]

Call for Entries – Group Exhibit at Vancouver JCC

  ‘Call for entries’ for a group art exhibit open to all visual artists ‘Festival Ha’Rikud – A Tapestry of Cultures’ Application deadline: Friday, March 11, at 4 pm. Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery / The Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver. May 12th to May 29, 2016 Media: drawing, painting, mixed media, fibre art […]

Jewish Visual Art Awards

The Anolic Family Awards are now accepting applications for the 2016 cycle. This year there are three awards for artists in different career stages. • For art students: The Bertha Anolic Visual Arts Israel Travel Award. Deadline for applications: April 15th, 2016. The award is $2,000 • For early career artists, between the ages of […]

Print Production Coordinator/Graphic Artist in Toronto has a job opening in production (producing orders and printing them), starting March 2016. It could turn into a full time graphic design position.   Position: Print Production Coordinator/Graphic Artist One-year maternity leave position with potential for a permanent design position   Responsibilities: ·      Typesetting new texts in Hebrew and English ·      Production/printing of orders including: […]

CALL FOR ART – Passover

Sponsored by the Jewish Art Salon and the Brooklyn Jewish Gallery @ CKI Venue: Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery @ CKI, 603 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY. More info on the gallery here. Theme: Passover and the Consequences of Freedom. Maximum dimensions: 48 x 48, ready to hang, all media, but not 3-D. Curator: Richard McBee. IMPORTANT: Works must […]

Call for N.J. Artists for 3 Exhibits: ”Saving Fruitful Trees”

A juried exhibition sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s Partnership2Gether.   Eligibility: Open to all artists new and established, 18 years and older, who live, work or are part of an art organization in Northern New Jersey. Submission Deadline February 24, 2016 All artwork will be exhibited in 3 venues: The Belskie Museum, Closter, NJ – Reception Sunday March 13, […]

Call for Arts & Crafts Long Island

Looking for artists to display and sell their Made in Israel Arts and Crafts/Goods for small arts fair to coincide with Banquet and Concert.   Artists will be set up on a private stage alongside the event with access for the 300 attendees. Captive audience looking to support Israel and its products. Vendor responsible for […]

Call for Art Auction

Event information:  Marina and Danielle are planning a Jewish art auction cocktail party in early February for their organization, called Tsedek ( – that helps over 3,000 underprivileged Jewish children in Israel with after school programming, that includes art, music, mentorship, and much more. This will be an upscale event with over 200 art collectors, enthusiasts, […]

Call for Art – Online Chanukah Project

  Now in its second year, #PlusLight is a virtual project conceived by artist Tobi Kahn, in conjunction with the JCC Manhattan, to focus on seeing light in everyday life, and sharing light and hope in the face of the daunting realities of our time. Inspired by Chanukah, the global community is invited to take […]

BluePrint Fellowship Applications

For Russian-speaking adults in the NY area. Application Deadline: December 1, 2015 The COJECO BluePrint Fellowship is a year-long program for Russian-speaking Jewish adults ages 25-40 to explore personal and collective identity through the creation of Jewish community projects, supported by group workshops, one-on-one mentorship, and a mini-grant of up to $5,000. PROGRAM DETAILS The […]

Call for Jewish Films SFJFF36

Save the Date: SFJFF36 returns July 21 – August 7, 2016 SFJFF36 Call For Entries Now Open The 36th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Jewish Film Institute, will run July 21–August 7, 2016 at venues in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Palo Alto and San Rafael. Entries for the 2016 San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) are […]

Call for Art: The Jew As The Other

Yiddish New York* invites artists to submit work for a special exhibition, The Jew as the Other, which will be featured from Wednesday, December 23 – Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at the Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The exhibition will open with a reception on Wednesday, December 23 […]

Call for Art: Freedom Imagined; Freedom Lived

artCONVERSATIONS, LLC invites artists from all cultural, religious, political and economic backgrounds to engage in an all media conversation about freedoms imagined and freedoms lived. The stunning events of recent history compel each of us to define, imagine, and discover possibilities for the freedoms of a meaningful life. For each member of the human family- […]

Call-For-Entries Water – םימ

The Windsor Jewish Community Centre, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, is currently accepting submissions for Water – םימ. Many spiritual traditions recognize the sacred nature of water as a life-giving source and a symbol of rebirth. Inspired by the transformative power of water in ךילשת “tashlikh” (meaning “casting off” in Hebrew), a Jewish water-based ritual of self-renewal and metamorphosis, Water – מים will […]

Looking for videographer

Rabbi Richard Borah, Founder of the Observant Artists Community Circle, and Jewish Art Salon Founding member Richard McBee are working on a project to create video podcasts on each parsha. They will be using Jewish Art as commentary, along with R. Borah’s comments, and additional insights from others including Rav Soloveitchik, Rav Kook, Rambam. They are […]

Volunteer actors sought

Ilan Stavans and Julian Voloj are working on a New York fotonovela based on an old Yiddish play. Here is a link to Ilan talking about his previous fotonovela project: They are recruiting potential actors for this project, ideally from the frum communities. Shooting late May, beginning of June. Contact Julian at

Call for Artist Residency NYC

Ongoing deadline, Summer 2015. Art Kibbutz Summer Residency Governor’s Island, New York City May 26 – September 10, 2015 Applications NOW OPEN Art Kibbutz Summer Residency will take place in a former army officer’s mansion embedded in the Governors Island’s picturesque landscapes, waterfront views, and unique historic architecture. With studios for visual artists, writers, composers, rehearsal spaces […]

LABA Fellowship Applications Open

LABA is a non-religious Jewish house of study and culture laboratory at the 14th Street Y in New York. Every year LABA selects a group of around ten fellows to join us for a year long study of classical Jewish texts centered around a theme, and then interpret these texts in their work which is […]

Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts

Deadline April 30. George Washington University’s, new Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts Master’s Program. This unique degree program brings together faculty from Museum Education and Judaic Studies to train the next generation of professionals in the growing field of Jewish arts and culture. This first program initiative of its kind in the country, prepares students for leadership positions at Jewish museums, […]

The Anolic Family Awards

The Isaac Anolic Memorial Annual Jewish Book Arts Award  Deadline June 1, 2015 A sum of $1,500 will be awarded towards the creation of a unique work of art in the field of Jewish book arts. Book Arts refers to works of art that originate from a relationship to the book form, ranging from scrolls, accordion-style, illuminated […]

Call for Art by the Derfner Museum, Riverdale NY

Deadline: February 2, 2015. The Derfner Judaica Museum + Art Collection seeks artists’ submissions for a future exhibition organized around four themes associated with the High Holidays and Days of Awe: Judgment, Forgiveness, Oneness and Remembrance. Works do not have to relate directly to the Jewish religion and may express diverse cultural traditions. Please send […]

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